Integrative learning is about encouraging students to connect classroom learning to other courses, experiences, extra-curricular activities, or work. This webinar will showcase integrative teaching and learning strategies that can be readily incorporated into courses. It will be filled with examples and tips from across the Faculty of Arts, many of which were generously shared by Waterloo Arts instructors using these activities in their courses. We will explore how these strategies can be strengthened by making explicit and transparent connections to students' experiences, including the world of work. Instructors from all Faculties are encouraged to attend as these tips and examples are often transferrable across disciplines.
We will close with 30 minutes for Q&A and discussion.
Intended Learning Outcomes: By the end of this webinar, you should be able to:
- Describe integrative learning, including its importance and challenges for higher education.
- Understand and appreciate that knowledge, skills, and values developed in courses are frequently applicable to learning, work, and life more broadly.
- Identify strategies and activities that you can incorporate into your own courses.
- Feel more confident designing teaching and learning activities for integrative learning.
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